The 30-year fixed mortgage rate held steady at 6.73% last week, which Freddie Mac chief economist Frank Nothaft attributes to recent economic data failing to have any impact on inflation forecasts. The five-year adjustable Nashville mortgage rate also stayed firm, averaging 6.35%. The 15-year fixed mortgage rate slipped a notch to 6.38% from 6.39%, while the one-year adjustable rate bumped up to 5.72% from 5.71%. The 30-year fixed rate was 6.80% at this time last year, while the 15-year rate stood at 6.41% and the five-year and one-year adjustable rates at 6.36% and 5.80%, respectively.
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